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Old 12-04-2008, 04:09 PM
Marco
 
Default apt-log

Hello list,
this started as my need and then I have decided to release it.
I hope that will be useful for somebody, you have all here
http://mavior.eu/apt-log
Well if title don't say you much I would say that this thing is
about "having to extract informations from apt logs" and also something else.
Feedbacks are much welcomed.
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Old 12-08-2008, 09:16 PM
"Javier Barroso"
 
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On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 6:09 PM, Marco <marco@mavior.eu> wrote:

Hello list,

this started as my need and then I have decided to release it.

I hope that will be useful for somebody, you have all here

http://mavior.eu/apt-log

Well if title don't say you much I would say that this thing is

about "having to extract informations from apt logs" and also something else.

Feedbacks are much welcomed.If one user use aptitude, then /var/log/aptitude is all you need, Has your program any advantage versus less /var/log/aptitude

If another user is not using aptitude (I don't known why not !? ), your program is nice


Thank you
 
Old 12-09-2008, 12:21 AM
Marco
 
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* Javier Barroso <javibarroso@gmail.com> [2008-12-08 23:16:09 +0100]:

> On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 6:09 PM, Marco <marco@mavior.eu> wrote:
>
> > Hello list,
> > this started as my need and then I have decided to release it.
> > I hope that will be useful for somebody, you have all here
> > http://mavior.eu/apt-log
> > Well if title don't say you much I would say that this thing is
> > about "having to extract informations from apt logs" and also something
> > else.
> > Feedbacks are much welcomed.
>
> If one user use aptitude, then /var/log/aptitude is all you need, Has your
> program any advantage versus less /var/log/aptitude

Well using this program should give advantages over whatever "less my.log":
it is a log analyzer and reporter, then it should give the facility and
the possibility to query your logs and so to access logs information
quickly.Furthermore: using its options should be possible to trace a little of "history" of what you did with
apt (or aptitude it's the same thing) or at least it is the reason I
started write it and how I use it.

> If another user is not using aptitude (I don't known why not !? ), your
> program is nice

Aptitude use apt and apt-log access the informations
contained in term.log.
That is if you use Synaptic down to apt all the
terminal output is logged in term.log, so I think it's a universal and
versatile source of informations,whatever tool you used to manage your
packages.
Actually aptitude.log contains only one informations more than term.log:
if a package is installed as dependency or not.
In my TODO things,there is yet merging this extra information in apt-log.

> Thank you

You're welcome.
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Old 12-12-2008, 03:01 PM
Marco
 
Default apt-log

Hello list,
this started as my need and then I have decided to release it.
I hope that will be useful for somebody, you have all here http://mavior.eu/apt-log
Well if subject don't say you much this thing is about "having to extract informations from apt logs" quickly
and trace down an history of logged apt actions.

Feedbacks are much welcomed.
bye

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